The 80-hour paving operation is scheduled for this weekend and transportation agencies are asking commuters to stay away from the 405 North in Los Angeles.
If you're heading out to Palm Springs for Modernism Week, Charles Phoenix has his list of favorite hotspots to see while you're there.
A spokesman for Los Angeles International Airport said 33 arrivals and 11 departures had been canceled since 4:30 a.m.
Caltrans figures that, in 2012 alone, vehicles spent a cumulative 6.6 million extra hours in heavy congestion on this freeway — that's 753 years.
Area officers and firefighters are on the scene of a possible explosion that occurred in a makeshift drug lab at a Palmdale home this afternoon.
Federal regulators have approved three new fracking jobs off the California coast, more than previously known.
California's drought woes are getting the attention of lawmakers in Washington with California Senators Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer introducing drought legislation to help the state deal with the drought.
Nine scheduled arriving flights and 19 scheduled departing flights were canceled this morning, because of stormy weather on the East Coast, airport officials said.
This week Caltrans launched an education campaign with 700 electronic highway boards displaying the message: "Serious Drought. Help Save Water."
The City Council is expected to vote Wednesday on whether to begin the process of granting those bees legal residency in backyards across the city.
City councilman Kevin Faulconer will fill the seat vacated by disgraced former Mayor Bob Filner, becoming the only Republican mayor of a top 10 U.S. city.
City law exempts pre-1974 high-rise residences from having sprinklers. Fire officials say this is bad policy. The condo industry says the cost doesn't match the risk.
This Saturday construction workers for the planned 73 story Wilshire Grand tower will attempt to set a record for the largest single concrete foundation pour ever.
As the Spanish voice of the LA Dodgers, Jaime Jarrin is known for calling plays . But in a new public service campaign, Jarrin’s the one making the pitch.
The water supplier for 19 million southern Californians has triggered more rebates for water conservation and is calling to slake the state’s thirst.
One former official issues a 20-page report in which he lays out his case that the state is not dedicating enough resources to Cal/OSHA to protect workers.